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Business Class Tickets & Airfares to Khartoum

A city, that stands at the point where the two Niles rendezvous with each other, Khartoum definitely has a romantic vibe to it. The capital of Sudan, Khartoum, is the country’s second largest city and its most modern one. Nestled in Central Africa, Khartoum is a triangular conurbation which has earned it the nickname of ‘The Triangular Capital’. Owing to its location as the ‘al-Mogran’ or the ‘confluence’, where the White Nile merges with the Blue Nile, Khartoum is connected by bridges to its surrounding areas – the Khartoum North and Omdurman.

The cityscape is dotted with spectacular high rise buildings and does boast of a modern setting. Khartoum is arguably one of the safest cities you can hope to be in Africa. Besides its striking setting on the Nile (something that goes down rather well with the tourists) as it provides one with spectacular views, there isn’t much to engross yourself in, no pulsating nightlife especially. But what the city does have is charm and culture, oodles of it. Perhaps that is why people book their business class tickets to Khartoum.

If you are looking for the best time to book your Khartoum business flights for then it has to be in the cooler period of the winter months. Due to its location in Central Africa, Khartoum has a typically hot desert climate which translates into searing hot summers with almost no relief from rain. The months of July and August are the only ones that see some respite in the form of rain; otherwise the days are all blistering hot. The nights tend to cool down a little bit but not much.